Coach Galeano is regarded as one of the top youth soccer trainers in the Washington DC area due to his extensive training and playing experiences.
Coach Tony Galeano is the Associate Head Coach for the Women’s Soccer Programs at the College of Southern Maryland (NJCAA Division 1). In the fall, the women finished ranked number eight in the nation and won the MD JUCO Conference title, Region XX Division 1 tournament, the District L tournament championship and qualified for the national tournament in Melbourne, Florida. In 2012, the women won the MD JUCO Conference title.
Prior to coaching the women's team, Galeano lead the Men’s program to 3 Region XX Championships and 3 MDJUCO Championships in 9 years (including 6 second place trophies). His accolade's include: MDJUCO Coach of the Year in 2002, 2005, 2006, and 2007 as well as Region XX Coach of the Year in 2003, 2005, and 2006.
Galeano's teams have produced 14 All-Americans and has an overall college coaching record of 191-46-6. He has worked with many national pool players and also has two former players playing professionally in England and El Salvador.
The last three years Galeano has worked with Bethesda Soccer Club where he worked with former World Cup players and division one college coaches, and also had the honor of working directly with technical genius Pierrot Labat of Bordeaux France. Labat developed french world cup winners, most notable is Zinedine Zidane.
Galeano has played with the USL Pro League, Eastern Shore Sharks. As well as international professional Futsal tournaments including the Intercontinental Cup and Gold Cup, Portugal. His playing days accolades include: All-State and All-SMAC (Thomas Stone High School), three Maryland Cup titles (Waldorf and Baltimore Bays) and in college was All-Conference, All-Region, All Mid-East (College of Southern Md), 1st team All-tournament at Nike Challenge (Wingate University).